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  • Plant, plant and plant some more

    There is much to do to mitigate the disastrous effects of future heatwaves in our cities and — as Pakistan currently ranks number eight in countries to be most affected by ‘Climate change’ — in all other urban and rural areas of our climatically diverse country too...

    Please discuss your exact requirements, size of planting / growing area, anticipated spread of tree roots / branches with your selected nursery so that you plant a...

  • Trapped Thai team gets diving lessons as rescuers weigh extraction

    CHIANG RAI: Rescue teams in northern Thailand were giving crash courses in swimming and diving on Wednesday as part of complex preparations to extract a young soccer team trapped in a cave, and hoping for a swift end to their harrowing 11-day ordeal...

    Divers, medics, counsellors and Thai navy SEALS were with the 12 schoolboys and a 25-year-old assistant coach, providing medicines and food while experts assessed conditions for getting...
  • Hascol to build Rs1.8bn lube oil blending plant

    KARACHI: The board of directors of Hascol Petroleum Limited (Hascol) has approved a lube oil blending and grease plant worth Rs1...

    In a notice sent to Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX), the company said land measuring approximately six acres has also been acquired at Port Qasim for the blending plant in collaboration with FUCHS-Germany...

  • REVIEW: The face behind the face: Worthy Fights by Leon Panetta

    In order to obtain a more nuanced sense of the operations of politics and government, it is vital to immerse oneself in texts by those who influence ultimate figureheads — men and women who count as the ‘face behind the face’ so to speak...

    He writes about his endeavours to prevent oil drilling on the lovely California coastline (at which he succeeded)...

  • Face-to-face with Rohingya, pope ditches diplomacy

    Francis on Saturday explained his strategy: He said he would have never gotten his message across if he had launched into a public critique of the Rohingya offensive while on Burmese soil, saying doing so would have “slammed the door in their face” to any real dialogue...

    “It's true I didn't have the pleasure of slamming the door in their face publicly with a denunciation,” Francis told reporters en route home to Rome...

  • Saudi Arabia, Iran to discuss Syria war face-to-face

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Iran announced they would attend international talks in Vienna on Friday on the civil war in Syria, in the first meeting between the regional adversaries aimed at ending the four-year-long conflict in the country...

    Saudi Arabia’s participation in the talks was aimed at gauging the willingness of Russia and Iran, the Syrian government’s main backers, for a peace deal, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on...
  • Animals come face to face at Japanese aquarium

    TOKYO: A Japanese aquarium has come up with a wild idea to entertain the public during its temporary closure due to the coronavirus outbreak — introducing sea animals to each other and sharing the results online...

    A group of eight penguins at Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise near Tokyo regularly waddle around inside the aquarium and now they have a new stop — a tank of seals they had never met before
  • ‘End oil export ban, or face competition from Iran’

    WASHINGTON: If the United States does not lift its 40-year ban on crude exports, Iran could soon be competing in global markets that would be mostly shut to US oil companies, a report prepared for the head of the Senate energy committee said on Tuesday...

    If a deal is reached, the Opec member could be producing significantly more oil by the end of 2016, pushing down global crude prices...

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